Warum schreiben wir? Aus welchen Gründen heraus schreiben wir? Wohin führt es, wenn Bücher verboten werden und aus welchen Gründen werden sie verboten?
Darüber machen sich einige ihre Gedanken. Darum einmal hier ein Reblog, der nachdenklich stimmen sollte.
Why do we write? For what reasons do we write? Where does it lead when books are banned and for what reasons are they banned?
That’s what some people worry about. So here is a reblog that should make you think.
Banned Books Week — 9/22/19–9/28/19
The ULS: The Underground Library Society
In honor of Banned Books Week, I wanted to revisit this information. As the creator of the ULS, The Underground Library Society, and at the request of several followers, I have decided to put up lists of books that have been banned or challenged. If a book is challenged, that usually means there were people who wanted it removed from a school or library. Both are forms of book censorship. It is important to note that I am not focusing only on books banned or challenged in the United States of America; unfortunately, censorship is a world wide action.
Here is my initial list of banned and challenged books:
The entire Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling;
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee;
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain;
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